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Mar 01, 2012  To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. While a downpour pounded Seoul on a recent morning, Kwon Byong Hyon had a different sort of

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Mar 07, 2012  To Fight Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. While a downpour pounded Seoul on a recent morning, Kwon Byong Hyon had a different sort of storm

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Environment. To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. The World. March 01, 2012. Noxious dust storms rising up from Mongolia have

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Mar 12, 2012  To fight the problem, South Korean activist and former ambassador to China Kwon Byong Hyon founded Future Forest, an organization devoted to planting trees

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Mar 12, 2012  Mar 12, 2012  As severe desertification hits the Gobi Desert and temperatures there rise at a rate twice the global average, it is not only the largely nomadic desert

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Jul 25, 2011  Jul 25, 2011  The Mongolian and Korean team began planting rows of trees in the desert to help keep soil in place and block the wind from blowing sand. ... Daniel Grossman

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May 04, 2012  May 04, 2012  In Korea, spring not only signals the advent of warm weather but also the arrival of an uninvited guest in the form of hwangsa, or yellow dust. Rising from the

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Nov 22, 2017  Related: To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia The government here has spent millions of dollars in recent years to fight air

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Mar 01, 2012  To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. While a downpour pounded Seoul on a recent morning, Kwon Byong Hyon had a different sort of storm

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Mar 07, 2012  To Fight Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. While a downpour pounded Seoul on a recent morning, Kwon Byong Hyon had a different sort of storm on his mind. It was 14 years earlier, on the day he first landed in Beijing, as Korea's ambassador to...

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Environment. To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. The World. March 01, 2012. Noxious dust storms rising up from Mongolia have plagued Korea.

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Future Forest Plants Trees in the Mongolian Desert to ...

Mar 12, 2012  To fight the problem, South Korean activist and former ambassador to China Kwon Byong Hyon founded Future Forest, an organization devoted to planting trees

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Planting Trees in Mongolian Desert May Reduce Dust Storms ...

Mar 12, 2012  Mar 12, 2012  As severe desertification hits the Gobi Desert and temperatures there rise at a rate twice the global average, it is not only the largely nomadic desert population who suffer — the

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Mongolian Herders See Changes as Temperatures Rise ...

Jul 25, 2011  Jul 25, 2011  The Mongolian and Korean team began planting rows of trees in the desert to help keep soil in place and block the wind from blowing sand. ... Daniel Grossman Southeast Asia RJF Advisory Committee Member. July 13, 2011. To Fight Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. Daniel Grossman Southeast Asia RJF Advisory Committee Member ...

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Mongolian nomads say goodbye to herding, hello to smog ...

Nov 22, 2017  Related: To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia The government here has spent millions of dollars in recent years to fight air pollution.

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Yellow dust storms bedevil local industry Energy Korea ...

May 04, 2012  May 04, 2012  In Korea, spring not only signals the advent of warm weather but also the arrival of an uninvited guest in the form of hwangsa, or yellow dust. Rising from the deserts of Mongolia and northern China, the sporadic but intense dust storms scatter more than 80,000 tons of dust particles over the Korean Peninsula at []

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SKorea to plant trees in China to reduce 'yellow dust'

Nov 04, 2009  Nov 04, 2009  SKorea to plant trees in China to reduce 'yellow dust'. Skyscrapers in downtown Seoul in 2006 are shrouded by yellow dust storms blowing in from China's Gobi desert. The Seoul city government will ...

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But in 1935, as dust storms damaged the prairies, Congress declared war on soil erosion and enlisted kudzu as a primary weapon. More than 70 million kudzu seedlings were grown in nurseries by the ...

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May 03, 2011  May 03, 2011  It affects the everyday lives of Koreans and other people in Northeast Asia. “Environmental issues are basically borderless,” he said. Kwon, founder of Future Forest, an anti-desertification group, has been planting trees in China to help prevent the eastward spread of the deserts, the very source of the much-feared yellow dust storms.

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Dec 16, 2017  Dec 16, 2017  The plant was spreading at the rate of 150,000 acres (610 km2) a year, or almost a foot per day, and was reaching nearly every corner of the South East, enjoying the new home. This highly invasive plant is known as the Kudzu plant

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An erect or prostrate annual with weak roots, forming ground-covering colonies. Flowers near ends of leafy branches, small, typical pea flowers, white and either pink or purple. Blooms July–October. Leaves alternate, on stalks, trifoliate (3 leaflets in cloverleaf configuration), leaflets oblong, wider toward the notched tips, to ½ inch long. Edges of leaves with hairs. Stipules at base of ...

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Opinion The world's biggest dust bowl : China is losing ...

Aug 13, 2003  Aug 13, 2003  Koreans have come to dread the arrival of what they now call "the fifth season" ã the dust storms of late winter and early spring. Japan also suffers from dust storms originating in China.

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To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees ...

Mar 01, 2012  To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. While a downpour pounded Seoul on a recent morning, Kwon Byong Hyon had a different sort of storm

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Mar 07, 2012  To Fight Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. While a downpour pounded Seoul on a recent morning, Kwon Byong Hyon had a different sort of storm on his mind. It was 14 years earlier, on the day he first landed in Beijing, as Korea's ambassador to...

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Dong Kyun Park The World from PRX

Environment. To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. The World. March 01, 2012. Noxious dust storms rising up from Mongolia have plagued Korea.

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Future Forest Plants Trees in the Mongolian Desert to ...

Mar 12, 2012  To fight the problem, South Korean activist and former ambassador to China Kwon Byong Hyon founded Future Forest, an organization devoted to planting trees

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Planting Trees in Mongolian Desert May Reduce Dust Storms ...

Mar 12, 2012  Mar 12, 2012  As severe desertification hits the Gobi Desert and temperatures there rise at a rate twice the global average, it is not only the largely nomadic desert population who suffer — the

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Mongolian Herders See Changes as Temperatures Rise ...

Jul 25, 2011  Jul 25, 2011  The Mongolian and Korean team began planting rows of trees in the desert to help keep soil in place and block the wind from blowing sand. ... Daniel Grossman Southeast Asia RJF Advisory Committee Member. July 13, 2011. To Fight Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia. Daniel Grossman Southeast Asia RJF Advisory Committee Member ...

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Mongolian nomads say goodbye to herding, hello to smog ...

Nov 22, 2017  Related: To Fight Noxious Dust Storms at Home, Koreans Plant Trees in Mongolia The government here has spent millions of dollars in recent years to fight air pollution.

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Yellow dust storms bedevil local industry Energy Korea ...

May 04, 2012  May 04, 2012  In Korea, spring not only signals the advent of warm weather but also the arrival of an uninvited guest in the form of hwangsa, or yellow dust. Rising from the deserts of Mongolia and northern China, the sporadic but intense dust storms scatter more than 80,000 tons of dust particles over the Korean Peninsula at []

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SKorea to plant trees in China to reduce 'yellow dust'

Nov 04, 2009  Nov 04, 2009  SKorea to plant trees in China to reduce 'yellow dust'. Skyscrapers in downtown Seoul in 2006 are shrouded by yellow dust storms blowing in from China's Gobi desert. The Seoul city government will ...

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The True Story of Kudzu, the Vine That Never Truly Ate the ...

But in 1935, as dust storms damaged the prairies, Congress declared war on soil erosion and enlisted kudzu as a primary weapon. More than 70 million kudzu seedlings were grown in nurseries by the ...

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Kwon, founder of Future Forest, an anti-desertification ...

May 03, 2011  May 03, 2011  It affects the everyday lives of Koreans and other people in Northeast Asia. “Environmental issues are basically borderless,” he said. Kwon, founder of Future Forest, an anti-desertification group, has been planting trees in China to help prevent the eastward spread of the deserts, the very source of the much-feared yellow dust storms.

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The Vine that ate the south: The invasive plant, Kudzu is ...

Dec 16, 2017  Dec 16, 2017  The plant was spreading at the rate of 150,000 acres (610 km2) a year, or almost a foot per day, and was reaching nearly every corner of the South East, enjoying the new home. This highly invasive plant is known as the Kudzu plant

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Korean Lespedeza (Korean Clover) Missouri Department of ...

An erect or prostrate annual with weak roots, forming ground-covering colonies. Flowers near ends of leafy branches, small, typical pea flowers, white and either pink or purple. Blooms July–October. Leaves alternate, on stalks, trifoliate (3 leaflets in cloverleaf configuration), leaflets oblong, wider toward the notched tips, to ½ inch long. Edges of leaves with hairs. Stipules at base of ...

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Opinion The world's biggest dust bowl : China is losing ...

Aug 13, 2003  Aug 13, 2003  Koreans have come to dread the arrival of what they now call "the fifth season" ã the dust storms of late winter and early spring. Japan also suffers from dust storms originating in China.

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